Online and Enduring Materials

This course emphasizes the need for health professionals who treat ADHD to become familiar with the various integrative treatments which are available and to be able to counsel parents effectively concerning these treatments. Pediatric providers will benefit from exploring evidence-based integrative options to complement pharmacologic and cognitive behavioral treatments.

CME Credits:
3
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This course teaches integrative interventions that can provide surgical support across all stages of the perioperative period, including how to provide patients guidance in how they can proactively prepare for surgery and ways that they can optimize their healing from surgery.

CME Credits:
4
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This course teaches participants about current CLAS (Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services) standards and issues involved in providing care for Mexican American patients with Limited English Proficiency (LEP). Participants completing the course will have a better understanding of health disparities; the complex interaction of race, culture and ethnicity; and how to use a skills-based approach (the ASCN model) to provide culturally competent care to patients.

CME Credits:
1.5
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This course is offered as a resource for clinicians of all specialties who are interested in learning about evidence-based approaches in integrative mental health care, especially for the management of common conditions such as anxiety and depression.

CME Credits:
9.25
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It is estimated that a great majority of cancer patients are using complementary therapies in addition to conventional care. This courses teaches about controlling weight, the impact of nutrition, dietary supplements, stress reduction, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chemo-CAM interactions and more.

CME Credits:
3.25
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This program introduces physicians to the principles and practices of palliative medicine. It covers medical therapies designed to reduce suffering, techniques to improve patient and family communication, strategies to enhance coordination of care, and actions necessary to facilitate hospice care.

CME Credits:
1
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There is increasing evidence that opioid medications are over-prescribed and poorly managed because physicians are not aware of appropriate opioid risk management strategies and non-opioid approaches to treating chronic pain. This activity seeks to familiarize physicians with identifying specific problems encountered by women using opioids during pregnancy and how to evaluate and treat pregnant patients with a history of maternal opioid use.

CME Credits:
1
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This course covers emerging research in the interplay between nutrition and cancer and offers insights into the role of nutrition in three common cancers: breast, colorectal, and prostate. The course stresses advancements in the understanding of carcinogenesis, individualization of nutrition and cancer treatment, and offers an updated take on the role of nutrition during cancer prevention, treatment and survivorship.

CME Credits:
5.75
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This course provides straightforward, clinically relevant information for understanding how carbohydrates and fats affect lipids, the evidence behind low glycemic load diets, the cardio-protective effects of key micronutrients and phytochemicals, and much more. 

CME Credits:
8.5
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There is increasing evidence that opioid medications are over-prescribed and poorly managed because physicians are not aware of appropriate opioid risk management strategies and non-opioid approaches to treating chronic pain. This activity seeks to familiarize physicians with managing adolescent non-cancer pain using non-opioid therapies.

CME Credits:
1
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When adverse events arise in health care, an all too common response is to place blame on an individual. This response seldom prevents future errors or adverse events. This course will help you develop more effective strategies for preventing and responding to medical errors.

CME Credits:
2
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This course helps physicians communicate effectively and professionally in a healthcare team by identifying unprofessional behaviors and options for corrective measures and conflict resolution. It offers techniques for application of constructive teaching environments with respect to various learning styles and generational differences.

CME Credits:
1.5
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Every year approximately 10-20% of physicians are named as defendants in medical malpractice suits, while 80-90% are not. The purpose of this continuing medical education program is to enable more physicians to join the latter group.

CME Credits:
3
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There is increasing evidence that opioid medications are over-prescribed and poorly managed because physicians are not aware of appropriate opioid risk management strategies and non-opioid approaches to treating chronic pain. This activity seeks to familiarize physicians with current guidelines for opioid use and prescribing, as well as educate physicians about non-opioid strategies for pain management.

CME Credits:
3
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This is a comprehensive course on the management of skin cancer increases your proficiency in the management of potentially malignant skin lesions, including the early diagnoses of skin cancers, particularly melanoma. It also helps you to develop targeted skin cancer screening and prevention efforts for your patients; differentiate between suspicious and benign lesions; and manage patients with actinic keratoses, squamous cell carcinoma, and basal cell carcinoma.

CME Credits:
1 to 12
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This course helps clinicians to use empirically valid clinical parameters to assess and operationalize acute suicidal risk, take immediate actions to manage the risk of suicidal behavior, and refer patients with suicidal ideation to behavioral health clinicians.

CME Credits:
1
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When adverse events arise in health care, an all too common response is to place blame on an individual. This response seldom prevents future errors or adverse events. This course will help you develop more effective strategies for preventing and responding to medical errors.

CME Credits:
2
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This course helps you to recognize that restoration of immunologic function in persons with HIV disease may lead to the immune reconstitution syndrome, diagnose and manage occult opportunistic infections in persons with newly treated HIV disease, and treat CNS cryptococcal disease in persons with AIDS.

CME Credits:
1
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This course provides you an understanding of the complexities surrounding this health issue, review the latest research, and learn about current integrative treatments for obesity and weight gain issues. These include mind-body techniques, nutrition, physical activity and supplements in addition to conventional interventions.

CME Credits:
8.75
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This course helps you to diagnose the clinical syndrome of porphyria cutanea tarda, diagnose hepatitis C, and adjust the treatment of hepatitis C based on viral genotype and liver pathology.

CME Credits:
1
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